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Engineering Team Develops Disinfection Robot in Just One Week

Engineering Team Develops Disinfection Robot in Just One Week

31 Mar 2020 comment

It took only one week for Siemens and Aucma to develop an idea into a prototype for an intelligent disinfection robot.

Samsung Begins Production of 16GB LPDDR5 DRAM for Smartphones

Samsung Begins Production of 16GB LPDDR5 DRAM for Smartphones

30 Mar 2020 comment

Samsung has begun mass producing the industry’s first 16-gigabyte (GB) LPDDR5 mobile DRAM package for next-generation premium smartphones.

Bosch Develops Rapid Test for COVID-19

Bosch Develops Rapid Test for COVID-19

27 Mar 2020 comment

Bosch’s new, fully automated rapid test for COVID-19 can help medical facilities make fast diagnoses.

Samsung Introduces Data Security Chip Solution for Mobile Devices

Samsung Introduces Data Security Chip Solution for Mobile Devices

26 Mar 2020 comment

Samsung introduced a Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level 5+ certified Secure Element turnkey solution for mobile devices.

Nokia Announces Over 3,000 5G Patent Declarations

Nokia Announces Over 3,000 5G Patent Declarations

25 Mar 2020 comment

Nokia has declared more than 3,000 patent families to the European Telecommunications Standards Institute as essential for the 5G standard.

Samsung Begins Mass Production of the Fastest Storage for Smartphones

Samsung Begins Mass Production of the Fastest Storage for Smartphones

19 Mar 2020 comment

Samsung began mass producing the industry’s first 512-gigabyte eUFS 3.1 for use in flagship smartphones.

Siemens Builds Germany’s Largest Shore Power System for Ships

Siemens Builds Germany’s Largest Shore Power System for Ships

9 Mar 2020 comment

The Port of Kiel commissioned Siemens to build Germany’s largest shore power system to date.

Bosch Helps Cars Keep an Eye on Their Passengers

Bosch Helps Cars Keep an Eye on Their Passengers

8 Mar 2020 comment

To avert critical driving situations and possibly also accidents, it is planned that cars will in the future use their sensors not simply to monitor the road but also the driver and other passengers.

HPE and AMD Will Deliver World’s Fastest Supercomputer

HPE and AMD Will Deliver World’s Fastest Supercomputer

5 Mar 2020 comment

Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced that it will deliver the world’s fastest exascale-class supercomputer for the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration.

Samsung Begins Mass Production at New EUV Manufacturing Line

Samsung Begins Mass Production at New EUV Manufacturing Line

26 Feb 2020 comment

Samsung announced that its new cutting-edge semiconductor fabrication line in Hwaseong, Korea, has begun mass production.

Qualcomm Launches Three New Snapdragon Mobile Platforms

Qualcomm Launches Three New Snapdragon Mobile Platforms

24 Jan 2020 comment

Qualcomm announced the launch of three new mobile platforms, Snapdragon 720G, 662 and 460.

HPE and Atea Enable Kartverket to Deliver Land Survey Project

HPE and Atea Enable Kartverket to Deliver Land Survey Project

20 Jan 2020 comment

HPE, through a strategic partnership with Atea, has enabled Norwegian mapping authority Kartverket to spearhead a project to digitally map the entire Norway.

IBM Tops U.S. Patent List for 27th Consecutive Year

IBM Tops U.S. Patent List for 27th Consecutive Year

16 Jan 2020 comment

IBM inventors received a record 9,262 U.S. patents in 2019, achieving a milestone of most patents ever awarded to a U.S. company.

Computers Manage More Stock Than Humans Do

Computers Manage More Stock Than Humans Do

13 Jan 2020 comment

Out of $31 trillion of U.S. equities analyzed by The Economist, more are now automatically managed by computers and algorithms than are managed by humans.

CES 2020: Bosch Presents Intelligent Technology Solutions

CES 2020: Bosch Presents Intelligent Technology Solutions

9 Jan 2020 comment

At CES 2020 in Las Vegas, Bosch is presenting connected products for mobility and the home.

5G Takes to the Waves with Automated Ferry in Norway

5G Takes to the Waves with Automated Ferry in Norway

26 Dec 2019 comment

Ericsson, Telia and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) have partnered to showcase 5G-enabled driverless boat.

Bosch Enables the Next Generation of Smartglasses

Bosch Enables the Next Generation of Smartglasses

22 Dec 2019 comment

At CES in Las Vegas, Bosch Sensortec will launch an innovative optical Light Drive system for smartglasses.

Intel Unveils Horse Ridge to Enable Commercially Viable Quantum Computers

Intel Unveils Horse Ridge to Enable Commercially Viable Quantum Computers

13 Dec 2019 comment

Intel Labs unveiled what is believed to be a first-of-its-kind cryogenic control chip, code-named Horse Ridge, that will speed up development of full-stack quantum computing systems.

IBM Makes Higher Quality Weather Forecasts Available Worldwide

IBM Makes Higher Quality Weather Forecasts Available Worldwide

11 Dec 2019 comment

IBM and its subsidiary The Weather Company announced the global rollout of a new supercomputer-driven weather forecasting system.

Qualcomm Unveils Roadmap for Bringing 5G Mainstream in 2020

Qualcomm Unveils Roadmap for Bringing 5G Mainstream in 2020

9 Dec 2019 comment

Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon said that he sees 2020 as the year 5G will go mainstream and provide more consumers around the world with multi-gigabit speeds.

Intel Hardware Speeds AI Development, Deployment and Performance

Intel Hardware Speeds AI Development, Deployment and Performance

5 Dec 2019 comment

Intel announced the next wave of AI with updates on new products designed to accelerate AI system development and deployment from cloud to edge.

AWS Announced its Quantum Computing Initiatives

AWS Announced its Quantum Computing Initiatives

5 Dec 2019 comment

Amazon Web Services announced three initiatives as a part of the company’s plans to help advance quantum computing technologies.

Silicon Carbide Semiconductors Make Electric Cars More Efficient

Silicon Carbide Semiconductors Make Electric Cars More Efficient

19 Nov 2019 comment

Bosch has developed new microchips made of silicon carbide that will help electromobility make a great leap forward.

Radar Technology and Edge AI in Gesture-Controlled Headphones

Radar Technology and Edge AI in Gesture-Controlled Headphones

14 Nov 2019 comment

Acconeer and Imagimob combined radar technology and Edge AI in gesture-controlled headphones they will showcase at CES 2020.

Lenovo and Starlight Show the Power of VR to Reduce Pain for Children

Lenovo and Starlight Show the Power of VR to Reduce Pain for Children

13 Nov 2019 comment

Lenovo previewed results from a new global survey that shows people believe in the potential of technologies, such as VR, to positively impact our health.

Advanced Driver-Assist Business Takes Off

Advanced Driver-Assist Business Takes Off

9 Nov 2019 comment

During an investor summit in Jerusalem, Mobileye President and CEO Professor Amnon Shashua projected significant and sustained revenue growth for the next decade. The forecast was offered within a broader strategy update that included new data points across Mobileye's lines of business, an expanded total available market (TAM) and new customer announcements. At the event, Intel CFO George Davis described Mobileye as one of the company's strategic, data-centric growth opportunities, which is outperforming Intel's initial expectations.

Bosch Devices Prevent Electric Shock in Electric Vehicles Accidents

Bosch Devices Prevent Electric Shock in Electric Vehicles Accidents

8 Nov 2019 comment

With more electric cars on the road, many drivers are uncertain what they should do or not do in the event of a collision.

Samsung Showcased Its Latest Silicon Technologies

Samsung Showcased Its Latest Silicon Technologies

24 Oct 2019 comment

Samsung showcased advanced memory and system logic devices at its Tech Day 2019 event.

HPE Built New Supercomputer for MIT

HPE Built New Supercomputer for MIT

22 Oct 2019 comment

HPE has built a new supercomputer for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory Supercomputing Center.

Intel and Brown University Deploy AI to Help Paralyzed Patients

Intel and Brown University Deploy AI to Help Paralyzed Patients

21 Oct 2019 comment

Brown University is exploring concepts with Intel technology for an Intelligent Spine Interface project that aims to use AI to restore movement and bladder control for patients paralyzed by severe spinal cord injuries.